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. don't we love him for it? thank you so much. no pow wow with putin. president obama has yet to sit down with the president while attending the g20 summit in the country. a california city testing a fix for underwater mortgages, imminent domain. you can't make it up. it's a battle royale with the banks landing in court. medical information exposed. the rush to implement obamacare put sensitive records at risk. see it to believe it. the manning brothers rapping their way through a new commercial for direct tv. literally rapping. ridiculous. we'll show it to you anyway. all that and so much more this hour on "markets now." ♪ >> stocks down, worrying about a pull back from the federal reserve. is this what the month will be like? adam, answer me that. >> there's been a lot of people who have been talking about a four to 8% pull back, a correction. who is winning and losing? the s&p down ten points, dow down 70 points, but leading the charge on the dow, at least some to the positive. united technologies, chevron, merck, they are up now, but the big losers on the dow this morning, disn
the question we must all be asking is what will we do? let me emphasize, president obama, we in the united states, we believe in the united nations and we have great respect for the brave inspectors who in toward regime, gunfire and obstructions to their investigation, but as the secretary general has said again and again, the u.n. investigation will not affirm who use these chemical weapons. that is not the mandate of the u.n. investigation. they will only of term whether such weapons were used. by the definition of their own mandate, the un can't tell us anything that we haven't shared with you this afternoon or that we don't already know. and because of the guaranteed russian obstructionism of any action through the urine -- the un security council the un cannot galvanize the world to act as it should. so let me be clear, we will continue talking to the congress, talking to our allies and most importantly talking to the american people. president obama will ensure that the united states of america makes our own decisions on our own time line is based on our values and our interests. we
and information to prepare. president obama does not need the approval of congress to strike. he may want to consult congress. president does not need to go to congress and less he really wants a declaration of war or it will be a prolonged military operation. connell: they basically tipped their hands and some ways but what they want to do in syria. what does that tell you about the goals and what does it tell you about what it would like to accomplish? >> it tells us this is more about pageantry. we are not seeing a real strategy, not a military strategy, not even an object this. which fashion do we want to prevail in syria? it seems like the obama administration has gotten tired of the chorus. connell: it brings us to another point. what are the ramifications of that action? we talk about the economy and how it affects the financial market. israel certainly is concerned. is there this element of cyber warfare? you basically called it saying this army would either retaliate or get out ahead of it. will we see more of this? >> i would expect to see that. assad has a tremendously capable
. waiting to address congress on this issue, 6:00 tonight when obama administration officials will brief congress about the intelligence and perhaps what it plans on doing from here. the administration says this week it will make public intelligence they have showing the syrian regime used chemical weapons but when you talk about the impending action may be taking place, you have the president of the united states and across the ocean the prime minister of britain both selling intervention. >> we said stop doing this, that can have a positive impact on our national security over the long term. may have a positive impact on chemical weapons not used again on innocent civilians. >> it is this house that will survive what steps we next take if you agree to the motion i have set down, no action can be taken until we heard from the u.n. weapons inspectors and there has been further action at the united nations and another vote in this house. those of the conditions that we the british government, the british parliament are setting, and it is absolutely right that we do so. rich: the british p
secretary of defense kitty mcfarlane joining us to talk about what president obama should do about it now. ashley: home prices omri's the the kissel report is a look in the rear view mirror. what does it mean in the keys of rising interest rates? lori: the above administration's economic team, charlie gasparino's exclusive reporting and who could be next to join the lineup. dennis: is not your father's would remark and was your father's it senior chinese communnst official or russian oligarchic. a new brand of luxury emerge in as global wealth disperses to less than 1%. cheryl: sandra smith is at the cme has oil jumps 3%. let's begin with lauren simonetti at the stock exchange where the dow is down big. lori: near session lows, 3 points away, the stock is intensifying as we get later into this session. we get economic data, it wasn't terrible on home prices and consumer confidence but nonetheless syria being the main headline this is what investors are focused on. is not the only culprit to the. we can't forget the debt ceiling, the fed pays back, all these are painting a picture is that
in a meeting with president obama talking about the nsa and your privacy. and harkening back to a time when this dude, kevin costner, was starring in "the untouchables." and who wants these guys, blackberry wants to go private may be. the idea is catching fire. the matter of who wants to put the money down on this troubled cell phone company. and a quick fix for unemployment, energy, people. how we can get americans back to work and solve the energy problems in one swoop. that and so much more on this hour of "markets now." ♪ dagen: so i did not fall and bust my you know what trying to sit down at the top of every show, so it has been a good week. let's start this hour with market stocks on track for another losing day. snapping the three-day winning streak yesterday, but heading south. nicole petallides at the new york stock exchange. nicole: it has been a good week. i will celebrate with you. a successful week. i look at what we see on wall street down half of 1%. 15,422. a loss of about 82 points. we did snap the losing streak since yesterday. however still remains a losing week on wal
not know already. is it enough to move? >> i think at this point it is pretty clear that all that obama can count on is the french. at least the head of the country is with them. i think he really needs to convince our own people of the need for this. this request is really more about 2003 in iraq and 2011 in libya. the congress does not want to be cut out of this decision. connell: they had a real big argument over it. >> it is not clear what is going to happen. we have a lot of democrats and republicans saying we do not want to be committed to a military action whose strategy and consequences at this point cannot be foreseen. connell: i do not know if it is a tough spot, but the president backed himself into a corner. it seems as though action is necessary. there is no turning back at this point. >> i think that is absolute crap. the idea that the president, to bolster his personal credibility would stab our military to attack another country. there is no imminent threat to america. there is no reason not to consult congress. obama is doing the same things that he criticized bush for. bus
, at the center of the housing bust but wiped out $7 trillion in homeowner equity. mr. obama have another plan to stabilize and boost the housing market. lori: newspapers, a new status symbol for billion is looking to flaunt their wealth. amazon's jeff bezos be with the washington post. dennis: the fight with george soros and carl icahn ran the. charlie gasparino as the long and short. time for stocks as we do every 15 minutes left head to the floor of the stock exchange, adam shapiro, stocks down. adam: not as bad as they were earlier. we are off of session lows and may go above 1700. one of the reasons the dow is down 82 points is ibm pulling but dow down and ibm is down 2.2% accounting for 34 points of of the dow but not only the biggest loser on the dow, they got a downgrade which says their stock price could go as low as $175 a year -- a share, a big fall down is ibm and one issue is people don't want their mainframes as much as they used to. lori: the windy city has one of the most poorly funded pension systems in the country, 50% underfunded. no solutions so far. could be the next major
days that country has seen in years. president obama calling for calm. trending downward, not just the market, but the president's approval rating on the economy flipping to 35% last month. seven percentage points lower than june. detroit emergency manager apologizing after calling some of the city residents those names. and the nfl hit with another concussion lawsuit. 83 former players led by pro-bowlers. they say they are suffering long-term effects from brain injuries sustained during their playing days. and we're watching the market this hour of "markets now." ♪ connell: those headlines show you there is a lot going on-9 today. we will get to the mess in egypt in just a moment, but first, our market today with the selloff, seeing the biggest decline in a couple of months. nicole petallides starts us off on the floor of the new york stock exchange. nicole: you are absolutely right. the lowest point, the biggest move to the downside since june 20. down about 1.5% right now. back on june 20 the dow dropped over 2%, this is the biggest moving percentage terms since that time. yo
contributor. what do you make of this? >> president obama was running a company, a business that provided goods and services he would be sued for false advertising because he has misled the american people. connell: people will be covered elsewhere. >> the other point is you can keep your current insurance. that is the thing. we are talking 15,000 spouses, family members who have to seek health insurance elsewhere so obama sold the affordable care act on the fact that it will be cheaper and you can keep your insurance when in fact americans have been misled. connell: people were expecting to keep their own insurance and in this case spouses who have jobs themselves need to go to another potentially another insurance company and go through there a player. would you think of it? >> the reporting on this is ups repeatedly cited obamacare as the reason for this but it is not clear why obamacare would have caused this especially because they said it is only for spouses who condemn their coverage elsewhere which means if they have a job where they have coverage under their employer that they ca
obama getting back to business. meeting with financial regulators about implementing dodd-frank peter barnes has the very latest. peter: that is just one of the latest things he has on his plate. very busy with things like egypt and syria. the president would like to keep the focus on jobs and the economy. foreign-policy issues may not let him do that. he goes on a two were later this week. congress is out on its regular august recess. he has a megaphone right now and he needs to use it while he can. >> every president in their second term, lame ducks get closer every day. the president is walking a fine line of where he is in that timeline. peter: the end of the fiscal year is september 30. they have not worked out a deal to fund the government. they are looking at a continuing resolution of some kind that will buy more time. the debt ceiling is likely to be hit around october and november. have been reporting on this. he is looking at larry summers, his former economic advisor, as well as janet yellen. lori: funny you mention that. thank you, sir. charlie gasparino will join us to t
these stories come in and even though i feel like i attention, 3.8%. >> the obama administration and congress when the past obama care tended not to highlight the tax increases that the 4 obama care. and capital gains which is at 15%, obama moved it up to 20%. and 3.8%, and 24%, back to where it was before reagan came into office. and on capital gains taxes, and they were in dividends. 39.5%. and it was a tremendous assets, through dividends. and to 23.8%. than other investment income in chapter s corporations and other investments like that, 43.4%, 3.8. connell: in some ways. but probably in fairness to all of us, the so-called taxing the rich is what they were talking about during the debate. >> you make more than 200,000 you will be hit by this. connell: when they presented it there will be small tax increases to the, quote, rich and this is what it means. what the fact economically? >> anytime you tax you get additional incentive, lots of different things, it will reduce the amount of investment income people have. if you are investing getting capital gains and dividends and the governmen
be leaving for the same reasons that bill daly left as chief of staff of the obama administration. those jobs during the obama years become almost secondary when it comes to economic policy because the president leans so heavily. she is the power center of this administration both from a domestic policy standpoint and a domestic economic policy standpoint so those jobs become less important in the scheme of things. not unimportant, but less important. cheryl: charlie, thank you for calling in with that huge breaking news. charlie gasparino, our senior correspondent with some market moving news on the administration. we want to check in on the market. we are actually session lows right now. lauren simonetti on the floor of the new york stock exchange. syria is the situation, are there any other factors we are talking about on the floor this morning? lauren: syria is the talk right now. we are about 20 points away from session lows for the dow, which is actually the best performing major market right now. the broader market down by 1%. if you look at the volume, it is a little bit more than it
and margin expansion. adam: count down to obamacare. president obama's administration is required to open health exchanges where the uninsured can purchase health insurance. peter barnes joins us from inside the beltway with more on this. rich: peter: the clock is ticking in launching the health exchanges on making major provisions of obamacare effective january 1st like the individual mandate. the clock is also ticking in washington on the congressional schedule. congress plans to leave town by tomorrow for its august recess so there's a flurry of activity around the health-care law with republicans on the attack to delay or defund obamacare, attacking major provisions of it. the white house and democrats fighting back to try to keep it on track. republicans that the house ways and means committee grilling the acting director of the irs on enforcement provisions. >> will be irs enforce the mandate that businesses offer acceptable coverage next year? >> here is how that is going to work. what you are referring to is we in future years after the 15 filing season, and the employer report wi
obama is set to announce new measures and efforts to restore the public's trust in government surveillance programs coming on the heels of the closed-door meeting on privacy at the white house. president obama met with tim cook, stevenson and a host of other tech industry executives to talk spying, privacy and security in an effort to find a balance between the three. full detail expected at the news conference today and fox business will have live coverage of the event beginning at 3:00 p.m. eastern. adam: oil snapped a losing streak surgeon about $105 per barrel on bullish economic reports out of china. phil flynn is in the trading pits of the cme. don't you take a real risk in believing the economic numbers out of china? >> you do, changes from week to week. everybody was writing china off. they were selling oil on bad economic data. all the sudden china cannot get enough. yesterday china imported more oil than they ever have before. oil actually went down. today strong manufacturing data out of china reuniting the bulls. we will have to rebuild them, they will go up. stron
election. yeah, the vice president, biden, the president obama out there talking about how, you know, we're welcome there. we got him on the run, you know, close to victory. just stop it. there's no need for any u.s. leader to talk about that because it's not going to happen. this is not a zero-sum game or al-qaeda we're concerned about, but radical is line up, jihadists, however you refer to it, it's not going away. it's no good to stand there and crow about it. dagen: good to see you, safe travels, good to see you, be well. >> thank you. dagen: paying a quarter million dollars for the washington post, and that's just walking around money for a billionaire like bezos worth $26 billion or so, but it's good news for the stock. what about the future of the company? dennis is here to tell you. hey, dennis. the post stock up 6% right now, up 4.5% or so when i checked minutes ago, and think how sad that is. the washington post talk is popping because of getting rid of the name sake newspaper. watergate, one the newspapers owned for 80 years, so is bezos buying for the bottom line or financial
question about obama's policy, reagan rolled back government. he cut back taxes. all obama has the exact opposite. you have to do the exact opposite of what obama has done. connell: listen to monica crowley on some stations. charles payne is coming up. he will talk to you about harley-davidson. why haven't we done something about this? workers are getting ready to walk off the job. first, we mentioned oil a second ago. we will be right back on markets now. ♪ [ male announcer ] at his current pace, bob will retire when he's 153, which would be fine if bob were a vampire. but he's not. ♪ he's an architect with two kids and a mortgage. luckily, he found someone who gave him a fresh perspective on hisortfolio. and with some planning and effort, hopefully bob can retire at a more appropriate age. it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. it's just common sense. a quarter million tweeters is beare tweeting. and 900 million dollars are changing hands online. that's why hp built a new kind of server. one that's 80% smaller. uses 89% less energy. and costs 77% less.
: thank you, nicole. president obama eager to highlight a sliver of the economy doing well, real estate. taking to the interpret yesterday at zillow to answer questions about the recovery, housing finance reform, some of what he talked about, but is he on tricky ground? monica is here, and chief economist at first trust advisers, brian, to you first. when you talk about real estate and associating yourself with a recovery, but one that could be called into question, is he treading on dangerous ground here? >> he could be. you know, i actually think the real dangerous ground is, believe it or not, is trying to trash the economy. it keeps growing. it's what we call the plow horse economy. day after day after day, better numbers, today, initial claim, but what worries me is every time the government tries to get involved in a market, it's slowing it down, and, in fact, if you really look at this recovery, the two slowest areas of recovery are employment and housing. the two areas the government tried to help the most, and that's why they are slow to recover. i -- i don't mind his proposal
: of obama moving forward from here, if this is more part-time workers, and the overused phrase, and the new normal. >> it would be a new normal. they lay the employer mandate for a year and during the year they work out some of these disagreements and say we cannot have a 30 hour work week under obamacare. normal businesses, there are at a higher level. and part-timers. dagen: the president on the campaign trail and the need to help the middle class and need to help out the have nots, and they're going to work with congress, and the willingness to act alone. >> he will act with or without congress and that means without congress. mainly democrats will ask the republicans to agree to more federal spending, the idea being public spending stimulates jobs. we have a growth rate that is below 2% and the simple reality is as long as the growth rate remains off of its historic trend in the united states of 3% we are not going to have robust sustained job creation in the united states and we have to ask what is the president doing to get the growth rate off of its back? at least in plus territory u
and with oil pulling back. back to you. connell: out the latest on syria as the obama administration is holding briefings with members of congress on the situation over there. coming as the military really seems to be incraeasing its presence in the middle east this morning. last 15 minutes we have learned a fifth navy destroyers on the way to the region. from the white house, rich edson. rich: this is about selling it to the american people and selling it to congress on that latter front tonight at 6:00 key officials will brief those from congress and the congress committee with congressional leadership. also inspecting as early as today the release of intelligence report laying out the case showing the evidence that the regime used chemical weapons. president obama laid out the goals of any intervention. >> we send a shot to stop doing this. that can have a positive impact on our national security over the long-term and may have a positive impact that chemical weapons are not used again on innocent civilians. rich: meanwhile the british government continues to move forward on this. in the end
: protesters storming, 525 people dead, 2000 injured. president obama says the violence needs to stop. let's go to the floor of the new york stock exchange and our very own nicole petallides. nicole: there is a lot going on here. the dow jones industrials down 195 points, which is a loss of one and a quarter percent. the mentality here on wall street is an interesting one. i almost said washington. these people turn to washington and try to see the federal reserve whether or not they would begin to taper the bond buying. we will get to some movers in a moment, couple of things, the 10-year, and gold just spiked moments ago up $26. keep an eye on gold. i wanted to take a look at walmart and cisco with two down components. cisco systems carbon 5% of their global workforce. back to you. ashley: thank you very much. lori: a reflection of the cpi, shows a little inflation in the system. let's talk about the data they lose. the latest reading on the fed installment is the and atlantic region slow down more than expected in august. the news isn't much better in the new york area. edging up 0.2% in lin
that was an interesting comment. obama canceled his meeting with vladimir putin right after the appearance with the jay leno with tub long list of topics including average snowden being granted asylum. >> i was disappointed because even though we don't have the extradition treaty with them, traditionally we have tried to respect is there is a lawbreaker or alleged lawbreaker in their country we evaluate and try to work with them. they did not do that with us. and in some ways it is reflective of the underlying challenges we have had with russia lately. lori: des prez incumbents and a recent summit he had. >> you look at me with the nbc executive. what is going on? [laughter] that was a news making interview. >> i am not sure that was his place to do that. >> aol has agreed to buy a 405 million cash and stock it was bigger than the a will purchase of the huffington post. c02m armstrong says it will help to integrate advertising with video content. the deal will close in september. the week-long furlough has been announced with the technology group starting augus. they will receive one-third of pay while
speech in washington. churches and other bells will ring to mark the hour. president obama will speak today in d.c. the fire near yosemite is one of the largest in california's history. the boost containment to 23%. the fire has consumed 293 square miles. the tomatoes were flying in spain. 130 tons of ripe tomatoes. the town needs the money to pay down debt. by the way, portable showers are available. lori: thank you so much. the unemployment rate may be down. according to my next guest, it will take years for this to return to full employment. you did some of your own calculations on the unemployment situation. we need 2 million more jobs to get us back to where we were. how did you come to this number? >> that is the difference between how many people were employed and how many were employed in july. the actual jobs deficit is bigger than that, however. lori: what is the deficit? >> between seven and seven and a half million. lori: since we follow the payroll report on a monthly basis, how many new payrolls need to be created in the economy. >> if we have job growth of about 80,000
president obama will sign the bill to cut student loan interest rates to lower the rate on government loans to 33.8-- 3.86% rate. the new rate is retroactive and applies to loans made after july 1st. adam: a city's plan to bring relief is called unconstitutional. richmond, california was planning to seize homes with underwater mortgages using the power of imminent domain, but the group says now, not so fast. wells fargo and deutsche bank are suing the city of richmond saying the map is illegal because that investment group will receive, quote, wind fall profits while the city only gets a small cut. richmond just started the early stages of the process, but several other cities are considering the same kind of deal. lori: farm equipment bidders trying to get the deals at the farm auction. jeff has more from the farm. >> no deals, lori. this has been an incredible auction. used to be auction were a sad affair where a farmer was, you know, getting a pit of what they were worth. that combine sold for more than, actually, than what the farmer paid for it. over to the auctioneer quick if i can. t
-estate, zillow moves o a new high. a 52 week high. president obama teaming up to confirm the hosting of a question and answer session with president obama. we will be moderated by the ceo of zillow. you will be able to write in questions so you can participate in this one. they can be submitted via video and the facebook and twitter page. reporting numbers tomorrow. ashley: lots of interesting zillow. thank you so much. tracy: we are mad because there undervaluing our homes. exactly. all right. more bad news for air travelers. misconduct by tsa employees. they dumped 26% between 2010 and 2012. how concerned should you be? here with the details. ashley: misconduct. >> let me tell you. there are all kinds, everything from stealing to not showing up for work because we don't need people at the airports to do their jobs. lots of problems. a number of complaints, jumping from 2600 in 2010 to 30400 in 2012. a big increase. i say if you are relying on people to give you one your flight -- ashley: all it takes is one to be asleep. >> sleeping is one of the big issues. sleeping on the job is
you. dagen: a number of part-time workers hitting a record 28.2 million in july, so president obama's health care law part of the blame? let's bring in a senior economic writer at the "wall street journal." good to see you. step back and look at this overall jobs picture, it is not great that it is not horrible. >> there is a big scandal in baseball right now with steroids. we are not growing the way we should be. i have been wrong on this, we are seeing some healthy growth right now. this is very discouraging. dagen: steroids is more stimulus, that is something during the speeches. >> i am not much more government spending. one of the things interesting in this report is the last couple of years government employment has been down. for the first time no negative in government employment. this is all just a week private sector hiring and i do think there is a link to the obamacare law, but i think it is just employers are so uncertain about anywhere the economy is headed and what is the next shoe to drop in washington, d.c. dagen: do you think that will last until the next president
which is one of the ironies. if president obama was serious about helping the middle class, the best thing he would do is repeal obamacare and dodd-frank. those are obstacles to job creation and major obstacles to economic well-being. ashley: you have to have some regulation, right? isn't there a balance? >> sure, there's a balance but you don't have to nationalize the medical system and you don't have to nationalize the banking system. basically banks in the u.s. are being fundamentally controlled by regulators. there is very little discretion, very little judgement, very little art left in the banking business is needed in order to foster economic growth. you can be too conservative. growth requires risk-taking. it requires entrepreneurship. and if you tighten the standards too tight, then businesses can't get the financing they need to grow. ashley: what is kind of disturbing i think in the report is the tremendous number about part-time jobs that have now been created. you know, 28.23 million. that is an all-time high. it is almost, how hard is it going to be to turn the part-tim
some numbers with it? >> that was like the perfect storm. you had obama fighting for the debt ceiling. you have the beginning of the love trade in india and the middle east. all of that demand was just massive. emerging markets have been slowing their overall growth. if we go back to a store and a fight in congress and we have a strong pickup in gdp and emerging markets, you can see gold trade to that level. on a price adjusted basis, gold would be at $2300. it is still attractive. tracy: you are absolutely flooring everyone who bought gold. you are getting everybody excited. frank holmes, thank you for making this bullish case on gold. we will see what happens. ashley: oil closing down. today had a loss of 2%. the second straight day back group has closed lower. rich edson traveling along with lawmakers in california. he joins us now with more on his exclusive interview. rich: there are significant differences. republican saying we do not want any more tax revenue. democrats say they want up to a trillion dollars more. we asked them, are they on the same page? >> we are both working
if we go this crazy george w. bush barack obama way which is printing money and overspending and raising taxes or if we will go pro-growth like reagan and if we go the pro-growth agenda i think markets will go up. really way up. dennis: plenty of time to follow over the next few years and in the meantime find one of these hundred dollar bills for you. dennis: how much would you pay for that? >> thanks a lot. dagen: $50 bills are bad luck. in racing in particular. not so much. dagen: coca-cola, artificial sweeteners, and diet drinks in a new ad campaign. dennis: diane macedo has more today. >> i will take any $50 bills, not a problem at all. >> the company is out with defending the use of s like diet drinks, and quality product you can feel good about along side a photo of a smiling woman, and a compound -- emphasizes despite being a trusted brand from 27 years, and doing things like offering low-calorie or no calorie options. and questions about artificial sweeteners calling them, quote, high quality alternatives to sugar and pointing out the safety came as supported and by 200 studies o
, and other places, the theory is the white house and obama administration is baiting the republicans now to go forward with what we were talking about was pushing for the debt ceiling debate and for shutting down the government. do you think that's what's going on at the white house? they really want it and think they can benefit from this politically? >> well, the political die dynac here is clear. that's why you are hearing from a range of republicans, especially the older, tea party republicans that history indicates that every time you come to this precipice of shutting down the government, refusing to raise the debt ceiling, republicans get blame. the leadership, republican leadership is saying we don't want it, cantor's words, in part because they see it as politically exposing them to damage in the 2014 races so it's highly a political conversation. the white house, by the way, you said, is the white house baiting them? i don't know if they are baiting them, but glad to let it wait and let republicans skewer themselves. connell: could that backfire or is it clear the republicans h
's going on in egypt. we have not heard the obama administration come out and describe this, at least publicly as a coo. he did, the president, or members of the administration, then, i guess, by definition, if there's a coo in the country, you cut off the aid. you could do that behind the scenes and not call it that. it seems like there's something going on we don't know the details yet of. >> well, i think, you know, i think the administration's trying to, you know, split hairs here and try to have the cake and eat it too, and it's not working, clearly, the egyptian government is not listening to the united states, it's very clearly listens to its more influential gulf allies right now, and our leverage is very limited, but, you know, do we also stand by and watch the military government take egypt down, what i think is a dangerous path at this point. there's an idea that they can crush the muslim brotherhood and restore stability. that's not a recipe for long term staibt. dagen: what's the end game for us? >> well, the end game, i think we share an end game with the egyptian people
'm lauren green with your fox news minute. the obama administration is expected to toughen its criticism of syria's alleged use of chemical weapons against its own people. secretary of state john kerry is due to make a statement from the state department in the next several minutes as the uggs considers possible military actions. it comes hours after united nations on the ground in syria were fired on from unidentified snipers on the way to investigate last week's alleged attack. the president says there is little doubt that president assad's troops used chemical weapons which activists say killed hundreds of people. more than 100,000 people have decide in syria's incivil war international action calls are growing. shimon peres is talking on the u.n. to take steps to stop the blood shed in the country. those are the headlines on the fox business network. now back to lori. lori: fox's lauren green, thank you. my next guest says action into syria is imminent. joining to us discuss the conflict in syria and implications for the ongoing budget battle, is greg valliere, chief political strate
is ripe to invest in europe instead. >> speaking of the fed, president obama meeting with big ben and others on the dodd-frank implementation, and picking the replacement looms high. all-star panel ahead. >> worry egyptian violence costs you at the gas pump. live in the middle east where the latest violence and talk to phil flynn at the cme with the impact on our oil prices. >> and, yes, there's an app for that. the latest craze, how you can find the nearest shop for the half cro cont-donut hybrid. we'll have that story, and it's time for stocks now, every 15 minutes. lauren? >> hi, dennis, hi, nicole. stocks anxious about higher rates today. the 10-year is 287, up five of the past six sessions and red arrows for the dow and s&p. the dow with the worst week of the year last week, and now down another 15 points, crunched the numbers, and throughout the level of 150 # 40 meaning close to going below the key 15,000 level. it is the out performer here, apple, facebook, cisco, up arrows on the nasdaq. volume, of course, is light. it is august. however, the number of declining stocks to
surrounding the affordable care act as president obama delays part of the law that keeps consumer costs down. we'll have live team coverage now with fox news in martha vineyard and liz macdonald here in new york. why is this limit on the out of pocket expenses delayed? >> actually, it turns out some insurer use separate companies to administer medical coverage in drug benefit, and the computers don't talk to each other and because different companies have different limits on out of pocket costs, they have to figure out a way to keep track of all the out of pocket costs that people are incurring. the result is some people with complex chronic medical conditions like multiple sclerosis pay more than they would have if the $6300 a person cap was in place. this delay imposing a limit on out of pocket costs was actually approved in february, but it was buried in legal and bureaucratic language on the labor department website, no one noticed until the "new york times" picked it up recently. >> interesting. what's been the republican response to all this? >> well, some say it's broof the affordable
time. part-time jobs go along with the obama health care thing. liz is all over this with lizzie mack's bottom line. >> looks like the same debate that spouses have at kitchen table on what is going on with health reform. you know what is strikeing? this is based on government data from the bureau the labor statistics. of 963,000 jobs created, this is based on household survey, a whopping of were part-time jobs, 737. that is driving down household median income. it is helping to undercut gross domestic product, the consumer 70% of the u.s. economy. what we're seeing also, is, companies, i have the memo from forever 21, they're blaming health reform. a growing number about companies we're tracking last two years are blaming health reform. forever 21 will drop associates and other employees to part-time status. other companies are basically dropping workers to part-time status. majority of those companies we showed are blaming health reform. the other thing too that is striking, new study out of san francisco federal reserve which is the turf of janet yellen, may be the next fed chief,
been a little more skeptical. i think the long-term is more important to president obama. who is the best person to be there if we lapse back into an economical phone. hh does not want a big international crisis. we want the city growth at home. that is what he is worried about here. tracy: who is that person then? is a decision he will have to make. maybe he thinks that larry summers is the guy. we will have to wait and see, obviously. he is making sure that the larry tracy: i bet you cannot believe how much time we are putting into the discussion of the next fed chair. >> it is always a big decision. i remember when president reagan picked alan greenspan for this job. there was always a lot of attention around it. it is a big choice. what is unusual is you have a lot of people from the air outside. tracy: thank you, sir. ashley: do you think your e-mail is private? if you use google's gmail service, you should not think that. gerri willis joins us with details like the company is making that disclaimer now. gerri: anything in your e-mail is subject to scrutiny. i think this
on saturday. big day. fox business was with first lady michelle obama as she came in to kick off the entire tournament, talking to kids, trying to push the let's move campaign, wanting kids to exercise, move, things like that, but she was addressing the stadium full of children and takes the opportunity to tell the kids, basically, get a job. >> if you want to be good at anything, you have to work at it. i know your parents tell you that all the time, but i want to everyone sis that. if you want to be good at anything, put the work in. you have to show up every day. cheryl: all right. that was the first lady talking about the importance of hard work and dedication. nobody knows that better than the next guest, tony, one of the champions, and i don't even cook, so i'm excited to be next to this man, "top chef" masters, you're at the u.s. open this year, and i got to say, they are upgrading the food. why get involved? >> well, that gives us a chance to do a wine bar, a real one. we wrote a cookbook calledded wine book food, and now it's wine bars, one on the south plaza right behind us and on
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